THE DUPLIN TIMES, KENANSVILLE, jf. C., THCftSDAY, AFEIL fl,
Mr, Norwood Newman of Burling
ion was a, recent guest of friends
In Pink; H1U. , i ,
I Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Parrlsh and
children of Smithfleld were Easter
guests ol the J. A, Worley family.
Easter guests of the H, D. Max
wells at Maxwell Mill included Mr."
and Mrs, Johnny Wathlngton -of
ReidsvUle, Mr. and Mrs. . Walter
Godwin and daughters of Wilming
ton and the Emmett Rogers family
of Pink Hill route X '
Mesdames Lehman Williams, Jas
per Herring and Douglas Shlvar,
Jueivin and Glenn Williams and!
Harry Herring spent the week end
at the Eva Tyndall Cottage at Car
olina Beach. The party attended a
joint sunrise Eatser service on' the
board walk Easter, morning. v-'-'
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Swain spent
the ... week end with relatives at
Edenton and Gatesville. . '. i
Mr. and. Mrs. John O'Connor and
little Jack were recent guests of
the, O'Connor: family. In Charlotte.
Mr. and Mrs. Lylton Maxwell and
son, Scott, of Winston-Salem, Mr.
and Mrs. Herald Latham and
twins, Lynn and Dianne of Norfolk
and Miss Sarah Ann. Maxwell of
Kicnmond , were . home , with their
parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. H. E. Max
well for the week end. '
Miss Betty Jean Davis, senior at
tne woman College, ' Greensboro,
spent the week' end at her home.
Mr. Charles Lee Overman of Eden
ton and State College was. : also
guest In the Davis home.,
Mr. and Mrs. .Selby Turner and
children, Larry and : Martha of
Scarsdale, N.'Y, have been visiting
relatives here for several days ;
Mrs. Jim Plyler and children.
Christy and Douglas, have returned
to their home In Lancaster, Si C.
following visit with her parents,
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Mr and Mrs S. B. King.
'. Mr. and, Mrs. Jack McPhaul and
children of Greenville were dinner
guests of Mr, and Mrs Ike Stroud,
Easter, Sunday. i
Mrs.' Herman Tussell and Misses
Susan nd; eggy Fussell of ..Rose
Hilt, were guests tot , Mrs. Hattle
Davis Sunday afternoon.! a- , ;
Mr. and Mrs. L." R. Turner, Mr.
and Mrs. L. H., Turner and family,
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Turner and
children, Mary and Hugh, Jr, and
Mr. and .Mrs. Selby Turner and
family were dinner guests of Dr.
and Mrs. L. R. Turner at their Top
Mr. and Mrs.' Alvin Komesay
spent Sunday with their daughter,
Mrs. Layton Cochran and family at
Mr., and Mrs. B. C Brown and
daughter, Martha of Wilmington
were recent guests of Mrs. Brown's
brother, Mr. James Miles and Mrs.
Miles, ... .,. ,
Miss Annie Katherine Rhodes,
taking special nurses training at
Duke 'Hospital spent a few days
with relatives near Pink Hill, recently.
Mrs. Sadie Chltty and son and
Mr. Joe Chltty of Jacksonville, Fla.
spent the past week in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stroud and
Mr. Deleon Smith.
Mr: and Mrs. Paul Flynn of Ral
eigh returned home Monday follow
ing the Easter week end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs.' J. O. Smith.
Mesdames Belle Swlnson and
J. O. Smith attended the Miller-Hall
wedding at the Christian-Advent
Church at Potter's Hill, Sunday
Mrs. Peggy Jo Albritton, senlo at
the Womans College, Greensboro
and Mr. Roger Post Hill of State
College spent the Easter weekend
at their homes.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard King spent
the week end at their home in
Pink Hill. Mr. King is in the Navy
stationed in Norfolk, Va.
B.F. Grady P.T.A.
Elect New Off icers
A meeting 6f the B. F. Grady
school Parent-Teachers Association
was held at the school Monday
evening, April 12. Mrs. Rufus Swain,
president, presided. Dr. John F.
Powers of Wallace talked on Cancer
and showed a film to that effect.
Mrs. Emmett Kelly led a discussion
on a proposal for rural fire equip.
ment for th B. F. Grady area. No
vote was taken but prospects are
favorable and the civic groups of
the community are being consulted,
concerning the project.
The following new officers were
elected to serve for the new year:
President, Emmett Kelly; Vice-
President, Mrs. Hess Davis; Secre
tary, Miss Grace Baker; Treasurer,
Mrs. Dempsey Smith. These officers
will be installed at the annual pic
nic supper to be held at the school
Monday night, April 26th.
Mrs. J. M. Jones
Hostess At Bridge
Mrs. J. M. Jones entertained the
weekly session of her bridge club
at her home in Pink Hill Wednes
day afternoon. The Easter motif
was carried out. The living room
was decorated with arrangements
of pink and white dogwood, azal
eas and lilies.
Mrs. Lynwood Turner won club
members high score prize, Mrs.
Jones Smith won" second high and
Mrs. T. A. Turner was awarded
the eonsolation trophy. Mrs. Earl
Smith, a visitor, also received a
The hostess served a congealed
salad course, following progressions.
W S of C S Met
Glee Club Oh T. V.
The Glee Club of the Pink Hill
High Schrfbl sang several numbers
on the T.V. program, Music With A
Fashion, . at Greenville. Tuesday
afternoon. Young Burney Malpass,
Jr. also of Pink Hill, was a partici
pant on the program.
Ethro Hill was installed as Com
mander of the Willard Smith Post
9514, Veterans of Foreign Wars.
Wednesday night at a regular meet-.
Other officers Installed were Ho
race Howard Senior Vice Command
er; Hugh C. Turner, Junior Vice
Commander; Jepsey Pickett, quarter
master; Harvey Turner, Judge Ad
vocate; Dr. Winston Ruffin, Past
Surgeon, and Rev. N. P. Farrior,
Past Post Commander, George
Turner of Pink Hill was the instal
Sid J. Myers of LaGrange, Second
District Commander presented im
mediate Post Commander, Haywood
Stroud with a past Commander la
Mr. Seth: B. King, who has been
a patient at the Veterans Hospital
in Fayetteville for the past several
weeks, was taken to Oteen Hospital
on Tuesday, possibly, for an oper
ation.. Mr.' .King has operated the
Wrenn. Brother's Saw -Mill on the
Kenansyilie Road for the past sev
Mrs. Scott Herring, who was hos
pitalized (recently, because ot a
foot ailment, has returned to her
Mr. W. H. Jones has returned
after an illness in a Kinston Hospital.
Miss Grady & Miss
Mrs. Florrle Byrd presented Jo
Ann Grady and Betty Spence Smith,
both seniors in the B. F. Grady
School, in a High School Piano Re
cital on April 14. They were assist
ed by Faye Parker, Reader.' The
following program was well render
ed to an appreciative audience in
the B. F. Grady School auditorium.
In part of the program Jo Ann
Grady played Prelude In C Minor
Op. 28, Calm As The Night, Sara
bane, Le Secret, and Spring Song.
Selections rendered by Betty
' Cooking ta Save
"Basic 7" makes the home-
Smith were, Anitra's Dance Op. 46;
German Dance No. 1, in C. Major;
Traumerel Op. 15, No. 7; Moonlight
on the Hudson Op. 60; Sailor Boy's
Dream. Together they rendered
Militair- March Op. 51, No. 1 by
Franz Schubert . . -
Faye Parker, reader, presented
Be The Best of Whatever You Are,
and This Day Is Mine.
Ushers were: Nellie Faye Parker,
Peggy Jean Grady, Norma Allen
Smith and Shelby Jean Southerland.
Rev. N. P. Farrior and Mr7..R.!w.
Wallace attended a meeting of
Presbytery at Topsail on Tuesday.
maker's meal planning job easier
and mora interesting. Many import-.
ant vitamins and minerals may es
cape down the drain, into the gar
bage, or be destroyed by heat if
the cook doesn't take proper care.
These pointers will help home-
makers save food values and pen
nies: i i
1. Many of the vitamin ' and min
eral-rich parts of fruits anil veget
ables lie just ; beneath the . skins.
Eat raw or cooked fruits and veget
ables whole, or peeled very, thinly, ,
whenever, possible. '." . ;' 1 m
2. Vegetables should be cut just
prior to serving er cooking.. ,;',
3. Cook vegetables quickly in at
little water as possible in order to
conserve essential nutrients.. , 1
4. To eliminate failures and waste.
follow tested recipes. Use accurate
-Mr. H D. Maxwell, Sr, was the
guest of honor, at a supper with
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holt as hosts,
in celebration of his 65th birthday,
Saturday evening, at their home.
Mrs. Maxwell was, also, a member
of the group.
Easter Egg Hunts
Mrs. Robert Holt's nursery class
at Pink Hill Methodist Church had
an Easter Egg hunt on Friday after
noon. Mrs. Lynwood Turner's Kinder
graden class held their hunt Sat
urday afternoon .
The Presbyterian Sunday School
held their egg hunt, Friday after
noon. Rally To Be Held
Young Adults of the Presbyterian
Churches in the Pink Hill charge are
reminded of the Rally to be held
in the Pearsall Memorial Church in
Wilmington Sunday, April 25. Reg
istration will take place at 3:00 p.m.
Rev. N. P. Farrior will give you
any other details.
The Presbyterian Young People
f the Pink Hill Field are planning
a party to be held in the Memorial
Annex of the Pink Hill Church on
April 30th. All members and pros
pective members are most cordially
invited to attend this party. New
members are earnestly solicited. The
increase In membership in this or
ganization is encouraging, but it
could be better.
A F C
AFC stands for A FINER CAROLINA. It is the name
given the program begun in 1952 in the area served by !
this company and designed to build a Finer Carolina '
through community improvement - agricultural develop-1
ment and industrial expansion.
The program is in the form of a contest among com
munities and among farmers. The communities select and
develop projects for the betterment of the community, and ,
winners of the contest are awarded cash prizes by Caro
lina Power & Light Company. More than 100 towns and
communities took part in 1952, anti worked on 887 projects ;
for their improvement. Today 164 towns and communities
are taking part. There are 1,500 farmers entered in the con
test and working on soil conservation projects on their
The Finer Carolina Program is growing in size and
scope. Tangible results have been greater than anticipat
ed throughout our service area. Naturally we are well
pleased because - our future is the future of the area we
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Mrs. Clarence Jones was hostess
to Circle I of the Methodist Wo
mans Society of Christian Service,
at her home in Pink Hill Monday
afternoon. Mrs. Billy Brewer, pres
ident was in the chair. Fourteen
members' were present The pro
gram entitled, "Who Are The Gull'
ty" was presented by Mrs. L. H
Turner. The hostess served cookies
with iced drinks.
; Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson were
at S tailing's Air Force Base Mon
day evening to attend a dinner and
dance, concluding graduating exer
cises of Mr. Simpson's class- as
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